Five people die in Nasik due to pre-monsoon related tragedies, damages to houses, crops, storage sheds also occurred

Nashik: Five people were killed in two separate rain-related incidents as pre-monsoon showers accompanied by thunderstorm and lightning hit the Nashik division over the weekend, the police said on Monday.

Representational image. Reuters

Representational image. Reuters

The Nashik division in Maharashtra comprises five districts - Dhule, Jalgaon, Nandurbar, Ahmednagar and Nashik.

A 32-year-old woman and her three minor daughters were killed when a tree fell on them at Varkhedi village in the neighbouring Dhule district on Sunday, a police official said.

The deceased were identified as Anita Daduram Pavra and her daughters Vashila (3), Pinky (2) and Roshani (1), he

In another incident, a 27-year-old man died when lightning struck him at Ambewadi in Igatpuri taluka of Nashik
district Sunday evening.

The deceased, Dashrath Dhondu Dhavale, a native of Nashik district, worked with the Mumbai fire brigade department, an official at the Igatpuri police station said.

Heavy pre-monsoon rains lashed the Sinnar, Wavi, Yeola and Satana sub-division of Nashik district on Saturday and Sunday, causing damage to several houses and damaging crops and onion storage sheds, the police said.

In the last 24 hours, Nashik's Igatpuri taluka received 76 millimeter rain, Baglan-25 millimeter, Chandwad-24 millimeter, Trimbakeshwar-15 millimeter, Nandgaon-10 millimeter, and Malegaon, Sinnar and Nashik got five millimeter each, according to figures provided by the district collector's office.

Updated Date: Jun 04, 2018 14:50 PM

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